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Speeches and letters on reform [of the franchise]. - Страница 42
по Robert Lowe (1st visct. Sherbrooke.) - 1867 - 214 страници
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Monarchy and Democracy: Phases of Modern Politics

Edward Adolphus Seymour Duke of Somerset - 1880 - 192 страници
...generalizing with judgment and diffidence — by perpetually bringing the theory constructed to the test of new facts — by correcting or altogether abandoning...prove it to be partially or fundamentally unsound." "This," said Macaulay, " is the noble science of politics, which of all sciences is the most important...

Critical, Historical, and Miscellaneous Essays and Poems, Том 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1880
...diffidence, — by perpetually bringing the theory which we have constructed to the test of new facts,—by correcting, or altogether abandoning it, according...be partially or fundamentally .unsound. Proceeding thus,—patiently,— diligently,—candidly,—we may hope to form a system as far inferior in pretension...

Monarchy and Democracy: Phases of Modern Politics

Edward Adolphus Seymour Duke of Somerset - 1880 - 192 страници
...judgment and diffidence —by perpetually bringing the theory constructed to the test of new facts—by correcting or altogether abandoning it, according...prove it to be partially or fundamentally unsound." " This," said Macaulay, " is the noble science of politics, which of all sciences is the most important...

Critical, Historical, and Miscellaneous Essays and Poems, Том 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1882
...judgment and diffidence, — by perpetually bringing the theory which we have constructed to the test of new facts, — by correcting, or altogether abandoning...partially or fundamentally unsound. Proceeding thus, — patiently,-1 — diligently, — candidly, — we may hope to form a system aa far inferior in...

The Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches of Lord Macaulay

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1889 - 784 страници
...judgment and diffidence, — by perpetually bringing the theory which we have constructed to the test of new facts, — by correcting, or altogether abandoning...system as far inferior in pretension to that which we havebeen examining, and asfar superior to it in real utility, as the prescriptions of a great physician,...

Augustin Dupré, and His Work for America: Remarks Made Before the ...

William Sumner Appleton - 1890 - 6 страници
...diffidence,—by perpetually bringing the theory which we have constructed to the test of new facts,—by correcting, or altogether abandoning it, according...be partially or fundamentally unsound. Proceeding thus,—patiently, diligently, candidly,—we may hope to form a system as far inferior in pretension...

Letters, Remains, & Memoirs of Edward Adolphus Seymour, Twelfth Duke of ...

Edward Adolphus Seymour Duke of Somerset - 1893 - 547 страници
...generalizing with judgment and diffidence — by perpetually bringing the theory constructed to the test of new facts — by correcting or altogether abandoning...prove it to be partially or fundamentally unsound." "This," said Macaulay, " is the noble science of politics, which of all sciences is the most important...

True Republicanism; Or, The Real and Ideal in Politics

Frank Preston Stearns, Alexander Hamilton, Abraham Lincoln - 1904 - 264 страници
...with judgment and diffidence; by perpetually bringing the theory which we have constructed to the test of new facts; by correcting or altogether abandoning...be partially or fundamentally unsound. Proceeding thus,—patiently, diligently, candidly,—we may hope to form a system as far inferior in pretension...

Rethinking the Politics of Commercial Society: The Edinburgh Review 1802-1832

Biancamaria Fontana - 1985 - 256 страници
...with judgment and diffidence, - by perpetually bringing the theory we have constructed to the test of new facts, - by correcting or altogether abandoning...new facts prove it to be partially or fundamentally unsound.79 To attain a more complete picture of the relations between the Scottish theory of commercial...
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James Mill: Political Writings

James Mill - 1992 - 317 страници
...judgment and diffidence, - by perpetually bringing the theory which we have constructed to the test of new facts, - by correcting, or altogether abandoning...partially or fundamentally unsound. Proceeding thus, - patiendy, - diligendy, candidly, - we may hope to form a system as far inferior in pretension to...
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